High Power Laser Diode Controller (OEM version)

AEO High Power Laser Diode Controller provides 0~10A low noise accurate constant DC current source and combine 100 W stable temperature controllers. It is ideal to drive high power laser diode module such as pump laser diode, high power fiber laser light source.

This high power laser controller provides setting current resolution as high as 0.001A within 0~5A, and 0.005A within 5~10A, with stability better than 100 ppm ,Both analog and digital tune interface are provided to users. Users can use digital Uart port or USB tune or setting the laser working current. Since our HP laser driver has excellent current linearity, users can use either analog or digital port to create a customizes close loop control driver for their high power fiber laser light source.

The integrated high power temperature controller was designed to provide up to 100 W of cooling power while maintaining the TEC noise and ripple below 10 mA. Integrated redundant laser protection circuits ensure safe operation of expensive

 

 

 

Setting the Standard in Laser Protection

AEO Laser Controller has a special internal protection function which ensures your valuable lasers under safety protection control operation, such as intermittent contact or severe power spikes, clamping current limits, even under modulated conditions. In addition, During AC power-up, a slow start carefully turn-on sequencing and redundant output shooting circuits protect the laser from current transients. When the output is enabled, the slow-start circuit gradually opens the shorting circuits. Current is shunted through the shorting switch until the control circuits are fully active.

These protection features all work in conjunction with all instrument modes of operation, providing worry free, fail-safe control of your valuable lasers.

Remote Operation

Analog modulation capability to 500 kHz, Remote instrument operation in an R&D or production environment is available through a USB or RS232 interface. A trigger output is provided for integration into an automated measurement system where the TTL level output indicates a current step change is complete and the system is ready for initiation of a measurement.